How to get to Hertford Heath

This is where we are

By car:

Getting to the Village by car is pretty easy if you live in the South and East of the U.K. The Village lies between two major trunk roads – the A1 which goes from London to Scotland, and the A10 which connects London with Cambridge.

These two roads are in turn connected by the A414 which links Hatfield and Harlow about 25 miles north of central London. The A414 runs through the county town, Hertford, and in Hertford the B1197 runs directly to Hertford Heath where it forms London Road, the western boundary of the village.

By taxi:

For a local taxi company call: Hertford Heath Cabs on 01992 53 53 51

By train:

Hertford Heath has no railway links of its own, so rail travellers must travel to one of the two Hertford stations – Hertford North from Kings Cross and Moorgate or Hertford East from Liverpool Street. The journey time is less than an hour from the termini. A taxi from Hertford will cost about £5.00

By bus:

The Route C3 links Hertford and Hoddesdon via Hertford Heath, but do note that it doesn’t run in the evenings or on Sundays.

See here for the C3 bus timetable (opens in a new window).